On this episode of Youngsters and Yama

On this episode of Youngsters and Yama

The drug trade looked like child’s play in Phnom Penh’s Tuol Kork district on Wednesday when two buyers, 11 and 12, and two sellers, 16 and 17, were arrested and found with meth.

Local residents dropped the dime on the teenage traffickers, and police showed up to catch them conducting their business in the street.

All four miscreant minors were charged and set up with a court date in hopes they could be set on a straighter path.

Nokorwat

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